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Poster: johnnyonthespot Date: Oct 15, 2008 5:02pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Murtha does it again, racist pennsylvanians!

" Imagine Fred Thompson saying that chicago is a racist area and mccain won't do well their because he is white"

Well if there was a Black Republican that won the Primary there but lost the nomination to a white Republican then all of a sudden no one registered for that party supported the other candidate, I think you'd have a good arguement for it. Which is what happened only with hillary and obama. Come on man! How many people who register to a specific party vote for the other party? Not many, come on!. Undecided and Independants - sure, but not Republican and Dems.

I don't even know why I'm responding. Your last post was retarded.

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffNoiseCollector Date: Oct 16, 2008 2:48pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Murtha does it again, racist pennsylvanians!

Well if there was a Black Republican that won the Primary there but lost the nomination to a white Republican then all of a sudden no one registered for that party supported the other candidate, I think you'd have a good arguement for it.

Not what I was saying, take the quote verbatum and that is what I meant, nothing more nothing less. Blacks voted for obama over hillary for no other apparent reason than he is black (which is only 50% correct at best, he is half white and has some semitic acncestry as well).

Which is what happened only with hillary and obama. Come on man! How many people who register to a specific party vote for the other party?

Again, not what I meant. I said imagine Fred Thompson saying that the black people did not vote for McCain because they are racist. Not sure why you are complicating it.

Not many, come on!. Undecided and Independants - sure, but not Republican and Dems.

Still not understanding what the hell you are talking about... black democrats turned the back on a more qualified person in their own party. He is the least experienced, anyone argue that is not true? He got most the black votes, in same cases 90% ranges. If 90% of white people voted against him it would be labelled racist, regardless of how dangerous he is to our country.

I don't even know why I'm responding. Your last post was retarded.

I think you answered that one, you are a nitwit. Sorry, since fenario has resorted to immature name calling, I thought I would be trendy and get in on shit for a change instead of standing my ground and being an individual.

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Poster: grendelschoice Date: Oct 16, 2008 2:57pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Re: Murtha does it again, racist pennsylvanians!

Hey, NC....Remember when you started railing about Obama's "links" to that terrorist Bill Ayers? Wonder what you think about McCain's links to THIS terrorist:


(reported by A.L. Bardach)

McCain's campaign has its own questionable connections to terrorists. Since John F. Kennedy's failed Bay of Pigs invasion, Florida's Cuban-Americans have been regarded as a reliable Republican voting block. And from 1960 until Sept. 11, 2001, some exile hard-liners in Miami endorsed a double standard on terrorism in which anti-Castro militants and bombers were judged to be "freedom fighters," regardless of the civilian deaths and collateral damage they caused in Cuba and the United States, as well as elsewhere. While the Cuban-American community has undergone dramatic changes—with the majority now supporting dialogue with Cuba and an end to restrictions on travel and remittances—hard-liners still control the major levers of power in Miami. Such is their clout in turning out reliable voters that McCain dropped his stance of 2000, when he said he would support normalizing relations with Cuba even under Fidel Castro. ("I'd be willing to do the same thing we did with—with Vietnam.") McCain has allied his campaign with the Cuban Liberty Council, an uncompromising anti-Castro group that has all but dictated policy to George W. Bush. Two of the council's most prominent members, media personality Ninoska Perez-Castellon and her husband, Roberto Martin Perez, have been among McCain's most dedicated campaigners and champions in Miami.

As a result, McCain's campaign and advisers find themselves allied with and/or supporting militants who have committed acts that any reasonable observer would define as terrorism. On July 20, while campaigning for McCain in Miami and just prior to speaking at a McCain event, Sen. Joe Lieberman met with the wife of convicted serial bomber Eduardo Arocena and promised to pursue a presidential pardon on his behalf. Arocena is the founder of the notorious Cuban exile militant group Omega 7, renowned for a string of bombings from 1975 to 1983. Arocena was convicted of the 1980 murder of a Cuban diplomat in Manhattan. In 1983, Arocena was arrested and charged with 42 counts pertaining to conspiracy, explosives, firearms, and destruction of foreign government property within the United States. He is currently serving a life sentence in federal prison in Indiana. His targets included:

Madison Square Garden (he blew up an adjacent store);
JFK airport (Arocena's group planted a suitcase bomb intended for a TWA flight to Los Angeles—in protest of the airline's flights to Cuba. The plane would have exploded if not for the fact that the bomb went off on the tarmac prior to being loaded);
Avery Fisher Hall at Lincoln Center (causing damage to three levels of the theater and halting the performance of a music group from Cuba);
the ticket office of the Soviet airline Aeroflot;
and a church.
He also attempted to assassinate the Cuban ambassador to the United Nations.

Arocena was also convicted of the 1979 murder of New Jersey resident Eulalio José Negrín. The 37-year-old Negrín, who advocated diplomacy with Cuba, was machine-gunned down as he stepped into his car, dying in the arms of his 13-year-old son.

(Nice. guess it only is an outrage when it's linked to a guy you alreayd despise...i.e. Obama)

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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or StaffNoiseCollector Date: Oct 31, 2008 2:35pm
Forum: GratefulDead Subject: Poop

This al-bardach?

www.huffingtonpost.com/al-bardach

I would probably investigate all the sources and find that it's a bias piece of fiction but I will look into it as far as I can without getting a creepy feeling. I do that because I am open minded.


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